Emma Stone Cuts Her New Red Hair Into a Bob

07/22/2013 at 06:20 PM ET

Emma Stone Haircut AKM-GSI; Didier Baverel/WireImage

See ya, Spider-Man!

Not long after ditching her blonde hair (for the role of Spidey’s love Gwen Stacy), Emma Stone showed off another major hair change: a cute new long bob.

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We’ve known Stone’s been growing her bangs out for a while now, and of course we weren’t surprised by her return to red right after filming wrapped up.

But the short cut definitely got our notice, as she hasn’t worn her hair above shoulder length for quite some time now. And we’ve got to say, we love the sweetly spunky, wavy do she’s rocking. Now all we need is a hat-free shot to take to the hairstylist.

Tell us: What do you think of Stone’s new cut?

–Alex Apatoff

FILED UNDER: Beauty , Emma Stone , Hair

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Brooke on

That is NOT a bob!

Monika on

It is NOT a bob.

katie on

She is so adorable…but that is not a bob, People.

rlb237 on

She is adorable and is one of those rare gals who looks good with any color. But I personally prefer the red, I think it suits her & her personality more. Ironic, since she’s a natural blonde!

maggie pie on

VERY PRETTY GIRL….LIKE THE SHORTER VERSION…VERY FRESH

Yor on

You can dye your hair black or brown or blonde but you always will look like a redhead there’s no escaping it Emma.

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